EventsA list of events taking place within the Department of Religions and Philosophies and its associated Centres can be found below. All are free and open to the public unless otherwise stated.
- Accommodation options at SOAS - webinar
- Portable Instruction: Zhuhong’s Guidance on Reading the Tradition
Dr Jennifer Eichman
- Workshop: Contemporary Christianities in the Lusophone World
One day workshop, bringing together scholars on Christianity in the Lusophone World.
- Christianity and Islam in Ethiopia: Orthodoxy, Nationalism and the ‘Muslim Other’
Professor Terje Østebø (University of Florida)
Seminar with Terje Østebø (University of Florida)
- 17th Annual Jaina Lecture: Nidāna, A Word with Different Meanings
Shin Fujinaga (Myakonojo Kosen, Miyazaki, Japan)
- 19th Jaina Studies Workshop, Jainism and Buddhism
The Jains and the Buddhists have distinctive attitudes to religion and knowledge. Their approaches define religion as encompassing all forms of knowledge, including the physical sciences, the humanities and the spiritual journey. Yet, both ancient Indian traditions co-evolved, and mutually influenced each other.